The Sun claims Arsenal believe a breakthrough has been made in the club's quest to tie Ozil down to a new £225k-a-week deal, with the World Cup victor reportedly giving the impression that he's ready to put pen to paper.
Last year was a huge disappointment in the league as we finished outside the top four for the first time in 20 years but we managed to salvage something from the season after lifting the FA Cup. The Gunners boss signed a new contract in the summer despite growing unrest amongst the club's supporters about their lack of progress in the Premier League.
Arsenal Playing 11: Cech; Holding, Monreal, Kolasinac; Bellerin, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Elneny, Xhaka; Ozil, Welbeck; Lacazette.
The Premier League returns this Friday, as Arsenal face Leicester at the Emirates.
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Everything is a little more hard . "We will continue to fight because the truth is that he [Perez] is looking forward to joining us".
The Algeria worldwide has stated his wish to leave the 2015/16 Premier League champions, but Wenger insists Arsenal do not need the winger and were never looking to land his signature. This is the time Leicester puts an end to their winless campaign against Arsenal. The Nigerian worldwide cost £25 million, and he's expected to see a lot more playing time for the Foxes than he did for City last season.
Lacazette comes in, but Alexis Sanchez cut a forlorn and frustrated figure at the Emirates last season. Leicester are a team in transition after the high of winning the Premier League in 2016 and reaching the Champions League quarter-finals last term.
Manchester City and Liverpool also play Saturday, against Watford and newly-promoted Brighton, respectively, while Manchester United and Tottenham both start on Sunday. "He's only going to get better".